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Flea Market to economically empower community

The Community came out in their numbers to support the flea market held in Ghostown Park this past Saturday.


The event was hailed a success as exhibitors who baked and crafted items to sell, were sold out before the day was over.


According to businessman and organizer, Mr Denzel Fuller, "It was the first flea market in that suburb and it gave people a chance to be economically empowered by crafting and making things so that they could sell at the flea market."


Fuller added that there is something of value in the hands of people. This event showed them what they are capable of and their earning potential if they pursue their passion.


He thanked the community and all those who contributed to making this event a success. He is now considering making the event monthly.


It was a funfilled day for all with food stalls, arts and crafts and a jumping castle for the children.


Event organiser, Denzel Fuller with his wife Tatum and businessman, Barry Makhan taking time out for a photo at the flea market in Ghostown on Saturday. The event was well supported and a great benefit to the community.


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